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renaissance trip near london at hampton court. sightseeing in rome-- what an experience. the city's copycat architecture and sculpture illustrates how the romans borrowed from the greeks but built larger. this is where the renaissance comes in. the word literally means "rebirth" and refers to italy's 15th-century passion for reviving the ideals of the classical world-- ancient greece and rome from 500 b.c. to 500 a.d. the art waited for almost a thousand years to be lovingly rediscovered. no wonder the renaissance artists trekked here by hook or crook to study these ancient ruins. michelangelo was one of them. he was the 16th-century sculptor and pride of florence. but the church in rome could not resist calling on his talents again and again and again. michelangelo's favorite tool was the claw chisel, and only when coerced repeatedly by pope julius ii did he reluctantly pick up a paintbrush and head for rome to take on the ceiling of the sistine chapel at the vatican. here he worked for 4 years, creating what came to be the most revered single fresco in the world. the story of the creation
the state of texas. especially hard hit, the city of rock hampton, about 400 miles north of brisbon on australia's east coast. good'veing. >> reporter: good evening, brian. we're in the city of rock hampton, which is almost completely isolated by flood water. the river behind me is due to peak tomorrow, forcing hundreds to evacuate their homes. it extends as far as the eye can see. australia's worst flooding in nearly a censurery. the military is delivering emergency supplies and temporary shelter to people in the flood zone. more than 200,000 have been affected in nearly a dozen cities and towns across queensland after rainfall four times normal for this time of year. at least ten people are dead. the city of rock hampton is especially hard hit. its main highway cut off. its flood barrier no match for the swollen river. >> we have massive community impacts. what's happening here in rock hampton is, well, i don't think we're going to see it for another 50 to 100 years. that's the nature of this event. >> reporter: thousands of homes are threatened with residents struggling to evacua
. it actually happened in a business district on east hampton drive inside the beltway. the water was shooting out on to the beltway. it is shut down inner loop side between central avenue and richy marlboro road. your best chance to get out of the situation is go ahead and take route 202 over to white house road. i know white house vod a bit narrow in some areas. i hinck that's your best situation right now. we'll keep you posted. let's take you to another side of town in silver spring. now live picture if you're traveling on 270 on the southbound side, serving open from clarksburg down to germantown, all construction is cleared northbound at falls road. your travel times on the inbound side of 66, 7100 to the beltway is 10 minutes. 395 to the toll road, 13 minutes. the toll road is 7 minutes from 674. in my next report, we'll update you on the beltway situation at 5:09. back to you. >>> thank you, monika. as monika just mentioned, this one could be a big problem spot for many of you throughout the morning. >> a water main break shutting down part of the inner loop on the beltway as monika ju
onto hampton park drive and another left onto ritchie marlboro. that will be your workaround. my job now is to get you way from this. if you are coming from the northeast quadrant of the beltway coming out of bridge county college park area, lanham, you want to cut through town. d.c. route 295, kenilworth avenue and a combination of the bw parkway, that will be your workaround from the north to the south. you want to avoid this mess here on the inner loop of the beltway. it does appear that maryland state highway is taking you off the beltway here at 214, a left onto hampton park drive, a left onto ritchie marlboro. you guys coming northbound look pretty good coming from andrews and headed around towards college park. all of your lanes remain open. they haven't even shut off the water at this point so it will take some time. until that happens, this will be in place for our morning commute. plan your trip accordingly. right now, northbound i-95, no incidents to report. lane are open. you will find 66 behaving nicely out of manassas headed for the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5
a quarter of virginia's urban roads are congested. workers in northern virginia and hampton roads now have some of the most congested roa and longest communicatio parents are too often stuck in traffic when ty should be spendingrecious time with their children. this is unreasonable. >> he'll have to fight off both memberwho are wary of debt. hers are fighting unemployment,he cost of llege and fixing the state retirement syst. maryland's state system is also in seion. they started yesterday in annapolis with thestate's growinbudget deficit at the top priority. right now it sits at .6 billion. lawmaks are considering deep spending cuts and tax increases. they lobbied against cutting pension and health care. >> big buildings in gaithersburg could take on new names. raising revenue may als mean city event corporate sponsorships. they stressed they will not do business with tocco, alcohol, or firearms sellers. critics worry that corporate sponsohips could take or places and events could lose their meeting. >> buthink about it, eun. you coul have the eun yang city hall. >> not in thislifetime. d
place at hampton roads, virginia, on the uss birmingham. what he did was flying off -- excuse me. he flew on the ship. they had a major national aviation me taking place at that time. one of the things they did was the first flight through and/or over the golden gate. this particular flight was from suffrage field, landed on the uss pennsylvania, specially rigged up by a navy lieutenant. the first officer appointed to be an aviation pilot, flyer -- whatever you want to call it -- his name was ellison. he read it up so the planes could land and be contained and not fly off the deck -- he rigged it up. the whole thing was done in san francisco. it was the first on and off flight on a ship and the first flight off a ship. again, this is a very important anniversary. it was right here approximately between the second and -- it is a little hard to tell exactly, but between the second and third towers of the bay bridge would be the approximate location. thousands of people lined the waterfront. this is going to be the naval order of the united states, an important naval support group, that
on the road. >> west hampton, east hampton, south hampton, nantucket. martha's vinyard, new port, connecticut. >> sounds like a fancy vacation schedule, but it's not. pounding the pavement to get the word out. till then, i'm j.j. ramburg. and remember, we make your business our business. this is my band from the 80's, looker. hair and mascara, a lethal combo. i'm jon haber of alto music. my business is all about getting music into people's hands. and the plum card from american express open helps me do that. you name it, i can buy it. and the savings that we get from the early pay discount has given us money to reinvest back into our business and help quadruple our floor space. how can the plum card's trade terms get your business booming? booming is putting more music in more people's hands.
on hampton park and another left on ritchie marlboro. but the other workarn, bw parkway and route 50 loaded up with a lot of people trying to do the same thing and that's an alternate root. so a 20-minute backup off of riverdale and route 50 southbound. so from the north to the south, the alternate routes are loaded up with bailout traffic. new york avenue, we had the crash at the bw parkway but that should be cleared. but delays because of this. in virginia, problems here at the outer loop at telegraph road now shut down. no one is able to get past the accident scene according to v- dot. big delays in the location of the wilson where no one is getting by. off of the inner loop expect rubbernecking but toward braddock road lanes are open. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. >>> a republican pledge to cut $100 million is causing alarm from democrats. joining us, donna edwards and frommality phil againg re. good morning. tell me about the plan and what it would entail. >> well, allison, it's very important to cut spending. i think that's the message that the american people voiced
everybody inside to hampton park road with a left and then another left onto richie marlboro. we were concerned we had a bunch of people stuck past the accident. all of that traffic is being turned around at the scene as well. state highway is diverting all traffic off the inner loop at 214 central avenue. all of your lanes are open but you're rubbernecking here. plan your trip accordingly. these alternate routes will tax a beating stand will be closed for quite some time. so this is your morning commute for a monday morning. unfortunately, not a good way to start off the day but this is the life we live and this is what it will be. outer loop, open but slowing. inner loop shut down at 214. 395 at duke street being lane are open headed inbound towards the 14th street bridge. no trouble spots to report there. accident activity was along the north capital street exit near new hampshire avenue. that had the roadway shut down each way. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> another update for you. today, can you expect some extra crowds in the district for the march for life. t
on this monday. the problem was first reported early this morning and hampton park boulevard. right now wssc is on the scene and is looking to confirm the source of the water. brianne? >> as you can see behind me, water is still rushing. officials believe that below the asphalt is where the pipe burst. a water main break that has caused damages and delays. >> gushing high into the air, water from the massive 56 inch main below, crumbling the asphalt of this industrial park. >> oh, my god. >> and flooded mess. >> i went into the back and i sought an explosion of water all over the place. >> the problem quickly spilled onto the beltway. crews quickly moved in to clear the highway, but not before creating pig backups during the morning rush. >> it is bad. it takes about half of an hour and it has been an hour and a half. a complete mess. >> crews are working to shut off the valves on the pipes to try to reduce the water and eventually find out what caused this morning's mayhem. >> is it one section? two section? where is the break? " then we can get a game plan. >> they have to clear up the wat
officials to discharge sewage into the river systeoutside the city. rock hampton i just one of 22 cies in town that have been swamped by the flooding which covers an area larger than texas. and officia are warning it's not over yet. >> we will have significant water in unadditiundation for t part of the xt two weeks. >> as the floodwaters rise, so do t worries. >> man, that is awful. >> just to have to deal with all those people, it is just amazing. >> and it ain't over yet. >> for us, not a whole lot to deal with or the next couple days, but thas going to change in a big way. our weather pattern is going to change and it's going to change is a way most ofs won't like. outside at the airport, not a bad evening after a prey nice day. we saw lots of sunshine after clds moved by, and all in all, wasn't a bad evening after all. high temperature officiay at the airpor though, was 44 degree that's right around the ovrj av for is time of day. yes, a chilly sta at 23. temperatures a little above what they were yesterday. in baltimore, 29 in quantico and already dow to 21 in manassas. yes, it's
, crocodiles. here's the bbc's nike bryant in rommi rock hampton tonight. >> reporter: this is the day rockhampton has been bracing itself for. where 150 houses are already under water. police are urging locals trying to flee or reach their homes to stay out of the murky flood waters. they've already claimed ten lives since the tropical rains first came in november. they're also riddled wit deadly snakes, and even crocodiles. it's a very australian flood. >> what can you do? it's not like you can't just put your hand up and stop it. it's just going to come. >> reporter: this should be the last stop before the surging flood waters reach the ocean, but it's thought rommi rock hampton could be under water for the next ten days. you'd be forgiven for thinking this is the major river, running through rockhampton, but in fact it's the major highway. and it's completely inundated with water. fearing the town could be cut off, the australian defense force has been racing to get supplies into the city. >> there are about 30,000 pounds worth of stores and essential supplies on that aircraft. >>
to lift is -- it. this happened on east hampton rhodes. the advisory is south of hampton avenue, south of route 202. this affects 4000 customers. this happened really yesterday morning, setting down the beltway several hours. -- shutting down. they were able to stop it from gushing into the throats. we are expecting to see them out here in a few hours. we did speak with a spokeswoman earlier today. she says that while the advisory is a precaution, it is not something to take lightly. >> is a precaution, but at the same time it is a very important reason why we put in place. because we cannot say for sure that there is no contamination in the system. by boiling water 1 minutes for consumption, we know that it will be safe to drink. as soon as we can lift it, we will. it is a necessary precaution. >> what that means for you is anything that you consumed with water, you want to bullbat. busting your teeth, goldwatboile water. -- anything that you consume water with. >>> the last time we saw such a water main break was december 2008. that is when water flooded rio road in montgomery county
to a pointnside the beltway, take that to hampton park boulevard, lef on to richie marlboro road. that will get y around it. the inner loop southboundn the beltway that i closed. the outer loop les are open. we will keep you updated. back to you. >> well, some of the protesters expected today were in germantown to protest abortion dr. leer rhart. police say there were some harsh words from both sides, the protts went smoothly overall. today marks the landmark case of ro versus wade. the annual march f life, the rally at the national mall. a lot of people will be taking the metro, the trains will be crowd. be careful on your commute this morning. we wl take a break and be right ba.3q experts from a leading consumer publication recently tested autotic dishshing detergents. theyated finish quantum number one, being the competition ! try fini quantum foamazing clean and shine. satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. >>> breaking news to share with youhis morning, the inner lp of the beltway in prince george's count is at a stand still. >> the soubound lanes are all shutdown joining us live on the
, the worst here in 100 years, ambushed rock hampton and those that live there. but even if the scale of the flood waters had been predicted, there's little more they could have done. they protected their homes and businesses as best they could. emergency measures have made little impact on the force of this huge mass of water. the fits roy river running dangerously fast and rising slowly hour by hour. >> there was a suggestion that they may remain at the peak, whatever that peak is, for a period of up to two days. then as it starts to drop and flatten out, it's likely to be about ten days or so that it could stay at the... or up to ten days at the 8.5 meter mark. >> reporter: many have evacuated after tracking what they could save to the top floor of their homes but many more have stayed put. sometimes against police advice. supplies are dribbling in by military helicopter. and on barges. the only way to pierce what is effectively a giant fast moving moat surrounding rock hampton and the 75,000 people who call it home. while the focus for this crisis over the next 24 hours is rock ha
by a field goal. see them take on the chiefs tomorrow at 1:00. >>> copin is hosting hampton. this teammate had 19. they win it, 67-69. morgan state saw the bear's thompson produce his. th double double -- produce his 7th double double. morgan's victory is up and morgan, 6-7 and 2-0 at the athletic conference. finally, the blast into milwaukee, baltimore lost the second straight and they're in second place. >> all right, sam, thanks. still to come, a big pajama matter. the reason that the kids are ,,, ♪ stinky ♪ hefty ♪ stinky ♪ hefty ♪ stinky, stinky ♪ hefty, hefty, hefty [ announcer ] hefty bags with unscented odor block technology... help neutralize odors and stop the stinkies. ♪ stinky, stinky, stinky ♪ hefty, hefty, hefty >>> more than a hundred kids showed off their wild p.j.'s in pasadena. the proceeds go to the casey's care's program. kids are having a great time tonight. >>> well, ice sculptors put their lightest touches on their masterpieces today. it's part of the championship in china. the teams had three days to saw, scrape and smooth a piece of art out of ice,
and this is in virginia outside of an elementary school in hampton. the sign is protected by a password and someone managed to change it anyway.  >> we're number one. not exactly something to shout about, if you're talking traffic. the d.c. metro area is tied with chicago. not l.a. for the most time wasted in traffic and according to the texas transportation institute, what do they know about traffic. melanie alnwick is here to break down the details. >> reporter: i know a descent amount about it in houston. the saying time is mean, the texas transportation institute has put a dollar amount on that and adding your cost per hour and the cost of gas and all we can say is ouch. what would you do with an extra eight work days and $1,500? >> enjoy it and spend the money on something useful, i guess? wouldn't spend it on gas. >> i would spend it on my business. >> and the money? >> yeah, and the money, i would improve my house. >> i can go on vacation and spend the money in miami. >> reporter: instead of stuck in this. 70 hours a year, 57 gallons of gas. that is how much the d.c. area commu
. hampton again busting the three. breezing 78-55. it had to happen sooner or later. when you lose a lot like the wizards do players and coaches start to get frustrated. we have saunders' remarks about his team's shortcomings. nick young fired back. he openly questioned the team play calling, quote, "we don't say consistent with our play calling, it can't be us all the time." young had a rough game 2-9 and left with a calf injury. >>> tiger working on the technique at the farm's insurance open. missing the par putt here. he was tied for 44th at the end of the weekend. wouldn't be enough to get the job done. because you never bet against a guy on sunday. he wins the tournament. >> wizards complaining about the coaches. >> players complaining about coaches, coaches complaining about players. like you said, it is a mess. >> thank you for joining us tonight. we will see you back here at 11:00 p.m. bye. captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: ♪ leftover desserts, boardroom, now. and hurry before the interns get here. thanks but i already have som
partially funded school construction projects like theone slated for hampton elementary, they are hoping for 35% of that money to come from the state. county schools have come up with cost of living -- or cost saving measures. there will be no furloughs or layoffs but no new programs or mishtives and the 200 teachers will not be replaced after they retire. >>> 6:54 right now. layoffs have hit 1,000 workers at the former bethlehem steel plant in sparrows point. baltimore county is making an effort to reach out to those displaced. the workers, the owner has stopped steel production through march 31st. the county launched a two-day outreach effort for displaced sparrows point ploit employees and they will will be provided information on unemployment and health insurance, company benefits, foreclosure prevention and coping with stress after losing a job. the information will be held again today at the conference center in sparrows point. if you want more information, additional days will be added later on this year, find more information on >>> 6:54. almost 6:55. roland park, w
at hampton, virginia elementary school it cautioned drivers to be aware of zombies. the contractor rented the sign to be careful. but the sign's message changed and someone figured out the password and they saw teens dressed like zombie crossing the street. >> and they were falling over a car got close to hitting them. >> were students doing that? >> no. like older students that had the day off or something. i guess they skipped school. >> she said some students were a little scared but teachers were kick to comfort them. >>> we've heard about fruits and veggies being good for your health. how healthy are they? a new study finds that the food groups can help your heart. the foods are not just good for you, they're necessary. >>> but contrary to popular believe, a big hearty breakfast is not necessary. why scientists say you'll get fatter faster. >>> we know that fruits and vegetables are good for us. an apple day keeps the door way. and now a study reports that fruits and vegetable cans reduce the risk of heart disease. >> reporter: a european research group stud yes, i did more than 300,
the order of the courtyard, hampton inn, one of those hotels. designed specifically to serve what many people believe is underserved in the san francisco market. a great deal of properties have been built around the convention center lately, but there is no new construction at this particular level. working with staff, the design was a significant setback from mission street so that the building would respect the two five-story sro hotels which straddles. the material in the building changes consciously from its mission street facade, which is seen as the hotel's contribution to the public room to the rest of the hotel, which has a more contemporary feeling to it. the context around the side are the two sro's. very handsome buildings that i just mentioned. the smaller building in between with the for sale sign on it is the site. here is a view of the site straight on, and here is the backside, significantly altered over time. it goes all the way through from mission to jessie. it is intended that that would be the limiting side for vehicles so that hotel guests will not be disrupting b
want to get that out there. line hampton. then -- >> it is "star trek" that interrupted my career you see. tavis: i like that. you travel around. you get a phone call from the "star trek" people. pick up the story. >> my -- my -- my agent calls me and says, come home, they're doing "star trek." i said i'm not coming home. i'm loving this. and -- and my career is moving and people are taking me seriously as a singer. they think i have a great voice. and he said, you get on a plane, i'll put a first class ticket on there, you get your little brown butt back here. if you don't get the role, you could be back in a week. i thought that was an offer i couldn't refuse. i came -- auditioned and the rest is history. tf history. quhaffs it like on "star trek" during the early days. this is segregation in america now. >> in the words of dr. martin lute err king, he said you cannot leave the show, you have the first nonstereo typical role on television and you -- the manner in which you created your character, with dignity and beauty and intelligence, you -- you are a -- an image that are people
his point across. coach preaches defense as guys deliver off of the hampton inbound pass. a couple of baltimore products combined. brooks scored 18, big win for the bears. 78-72 over the bears, and the conference play, the bears have rhythm. >> thank you very much. >>> construction is an everyday sight in the ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> a couple of construction workers in china used bulldozers to do more than there usual job. check out the breakdancing move as they balance the bulldozers on their front tires. the men say it took over a year on their front tires. the men say it took over a year to learn how to control
partially funded school construction projects like the one slated for hampton elementary, they are hoping for 35% of the money to come from the state. county schools will begin holding their budget hearings early next month. >>> six minutes after five. january is a tough month for families who need help especially when it comes to food. and many are trying to -- trying to help in anyway they can. hear why the brave people are sleeping out in the cold with hopes of doing something about it. >>> and if you believe in astrology, stick around to see if you will have to change your answer to the wonderful question, what's your sign? >> all right. so let's check out the trains and buses this morning. mark jones, what's your sign. >> reporter: i am a scorpion. >> me too. >> good job. >> reporter: scorpions are good people. >> absolutely. >> reporter: good morning. commute is a good one if you're on the metro subway. no delays. light rail still dealing with shuttle bus between timonium and hunt valley. marc train looks good and buses the number 30 bus is diverted at edmonton and swan and 33 worki
. in north hampton, a coastal city of about 75,000 people, what tourists from the still rising river have cut off the main highway leading to the state capital. with the city cut off in virtually every direction, rockhampton is looking like an island surrounded by an inland sea. so the australian military has swung into action. defense force planes delivering vital supplies. but plans are being made -- >> plans are being made to bring supplies in. " >> they have turned into lagoons, with the residents taking to boats. meanwhile, the streets of a town further inland, these images were sent into the bbc note -- into the bbc. three people have now been killed since the new year began, and can have lost their lives since the rain started back in november -- and 10 have lost their lives. now, it is reaching its peak. bbc news, enear rockhampton. >> we are going to go live to rockhamption and talk to a man whose wife is on one side of the water, and he is on the other -- we go live to rockhampton. >> basically, it is flooded. you probably know that, i would assume. we can still get out the south. w
right nearby. in a business park on east hampton street. look at that picture of the water main. it is going to be there all morning long. we'll keep you posted on the lane situation. we'll take you to a live picture from sky 9 and shoi the delays. left side of your screen is the inner loop of the beltway heading southbound. your last chance to exit is central avenue. that's what you see people doing there. but you've got a back-up for 3 to 4 miles beginning almost back at route 50. since you're still at home watching us live this morning, go ahead and plan early. get off at route 50. you can also get off at route 202 to white house road or your last chance at central avenue. we'll keep you posted on the situation. beltway shut down, inner loop between central avenue and ritchie marlboro road. there is another water main break in silver spring. this someone northbound route 29 at the schlager creek parkway. inbound or northbound route 29 at the slagger creek parkway, own the right lane will get you by. inbound side of i-66, there is an accident just past fairfax drive and it is
of the house in the hamptons, it's the lifestyle of persons they want to reach own who the advertisers want to reach. it's a good example of how dying institutions very swiftly walk away from the very principles that once played a part in the society and the church is certainly no exception. >> john is talking about voter turnout, and he made the statement that if we came above more than say 55% or 58% turnout, we would have a more socially democratic country. do you believe that if we could get what is essentially the underclassmen and lower class to vote that political institutions could become more of the public will? >> no. [laughter] look at 2006, the democrats took recontrol of congress based on the issue of the iraq war, and what did they do? continued to fund the war and increase troop levels by 30 million or 30,000 in iraq. the issue after issue after issue after issue all the promises that are made are utterly repealed once they get to washington that is run by corporate lobbyists. until we have serious campaign finance reform and corporations cannot game the system -- i mean, wha
sect >>> apple's stock could drag down the technogy heavy nasq day. t's check in with hampton pearson. hampton? >> how are you? markets, as a matter of fact, ve been mixed today, due to concer about the health of applco-founder, steve jobs and disappointing earningfrom citigrou the dow's up almost 65. t p up 1 1/2. steve jobs is taking a medical leave of absence, jobsent a note tomployees yesterday sayi he's taking time off to focus on his health. it's theecond medal leave in tw yrs. job is a pancreatic cancer survivor. he's asked steve cooke to be sponsible for day-to-day operations. citigroup rorted fouh quarte enings of over $1.3 billn or 4 cents a share but analysts had been expecting eit cents a she. it was able t dip into reserves for bad loans but revenue have from the sale of fixed income securities fell short of expectations. reportare saying t fcc cld sign off on the comcast/nbc universal deal as early as today. the justice deparent would foow soon after, comcast a nbc are likely to agree on conditions protectin competition for onle vide >>> and adds are coming to your check
fees involving the hampton case and domestic abuse charges. >> just wasn't going to take it anymore. so our attorneys asked him to resolve all of the cases against us, and until you do that, we are going to take money out of your check because we don't know what the final verdict will be against the raiders in the lawsuit. >> somewhere lost in the shuffle was hugh jackson. by the way, meet my coach. he is the 6th head coach in nine years. jackson moving up from offensive coordinator. his goal is clear, as al would say, just win, baby. and we are talking super bowls. >> the process is in place. we are going to create an environment here for our players to be great. we are chasing greatness. my job is to do everything i can to take this team where we want it to go which is to the super bowl. >> an hour after davis finished trashing him, cable had a new job, new offensive line coach and new coach from the seahawks. mike singletary going to minnesota as the vikings linebacker coach as well as assistant head coach there. frasier and singletary will play with the bears. and cody ross was a fa
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